|High School:||St. Francis|
2013 Honorable Mention All-WCC
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2012-13: Competed in eight events playing a total of 22 rounds … Named honorable mention All-WCC in her first season … her 79.45 stroke average was fourth-best on the team … had rounds of 80, 81 and 84 at the WSU Cougar Cup, her first collegiate tournament, the only event she failed to have at least one round in the 70s … had a two-round score of 152 (77, 75), her lowest to par score of the season (+10) … Tied for 30th place at the UCI Anteater Invitational with scores of 75, 82 and 79 … had her lowest score of the season with a first-round 74 finishing in a tie for 41st at the Juli Inkster Invitational … shot a final-round 75 for a tie for 52nd at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic … tied for 10th, her first top 10 finish of the season, with rounds of 77, 80 and 76 at the WCC Championship.
HIGH SCHOOL: Well-established player as a freshman at Loretto High School in Sacramento, Calif. prior to moving on to St. Francis prior to her sophomore season … named team captain and MVP as a senior at St. Francis … led St. Francis to the Delta League title as well as the Sac-Joaquin Divisional D-I North and Masters Section titles … posted a scoring average of 72 as both a junior and senior … four-time all-league high school CIF Sac Joaquin Section honoree … also selected as a Sacramento River Cats/MaxPreps All-City Girls Golfer during all four prep seasons … 2010 Sacramento River Cats/MaxPreps All-City Golfer of the Year … silver medalist at the 2008 NorCal Championships … advanced to match play at the 2010 Women's Trans National Championship … 2011 California State Fair Jr. Girls Champion and a Jr. Girls Championship semifinalist … was the California State Jr. Girls Championship Runner-up in 2008 … 1st place at the JGANC 64th-annual Len Ross Fresno City Jr. Championship … 3rd place finish at NCGA Jr. Tour Tournament at Brookside Country Club … 2009 Sacramento Bee All-Metro Team Athlete of the Year candidate.
PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif. … daughter of Doug and Alicia Noda … has one younger sister, Danielle … plans to study in SCU’s Leavey School of Business.